5200-A Buford Hwy
Doraville, GA - 30340
This Dekalb County agency operates a transitional home for families with children that are homeless or recently evicted. Case managers also offer other supportive services while families transition to self-sufficiency. Access career counseling, job training, assistance in finding permanent housing, and other support...
1434 Scott Blvd.
Decatur, GA - 30030
The organization provides transitional housing and other guidance and support services. This includes permanent housing search assistance. Get help in locating affordable housing in single and multi-family units. Also get help in applying for emergency rental assistance...
3317 Panola Road
Lithonia, GA - 30038
30 Warren Street SE
Atlanta, GA - 30317
Services: Food, Clothing, Financial Assistance. Rent and utility assistance..
P.O. Box 457
Decatur, GA - 30031
Food, Clothing, Financial Assistance. Hours: M-F 9-5. Project Take Charge: provides emergency assistance with rent, mortgage, utilities, and food, as well as case management and financial education. Must be resident of Dekalb County..
3065 Midway Rd.
Decatur, GA - 30032
Provides substance abuse treatment and transitional shelters for males 18 to 60 years of age who are looking to rehabilitate and re enter society as productive, community oriented citizens. Minimum stay is six months, maximum one year...
2167 Northlake Parkway, Suite 112
Tucker, GA - 30084
The Heating Energy Assistance Team, Inc. (HEAT) has helped low-income families and individuals pay their heating bills for years. Qualifications: Total gross yearly household income is at or below 60% of Georgia's median income level, Household has a member who is responsible for paying the heating bills. The person making the application is a U.S. citizen, qualified alien or permanent resident. Applicant has received a disconnection notice or needs to restore service (must provide verification). Referral then made to corresponding county's Community Action Agency. Once approved, a check is sent to the client's energy provider...
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